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Tony Blair Uses Drugs War ::

Reported by Trackitdown TID on September 23, 2005

British authorities introduced mandatory drug tests for criminal suspects as a cynical ploy to divert attention from an argument between Tony Blair and his sidekick Gordon Brown, according to a book published this week by Downing Street insider Lance Brown.

The former spin-doctor and close confidante of Britain’s Prime Minister described how the government concocted the scheme in just 30 minutes, after Sunday newspapers reported a split between the politicians, just before Blair was due to perform on TV chat show Breakfast With Frost.

“Our aim has been to knock the story out by coming up with a better one,” Mr Price recalled in his memoirs, “So with half an hour to go before Blair’s appearance we decided to launch a war on drugs.”

The shockingly cynical revelation emerged as another book on the Blair’s personal lives “Tony and Cherie: a Special Relationship’ claimed that Mrs Blair routinely stores the PM’s hair and toenail clippings, practising ‘white magic’ spells before her husband’s key meetings. The book’s weirdest revelation, however, concerned the PM’s rituals for whenever he travels abroad, which reportedly included him placing the same battered Bible by his bedside and most bizarrely playing the same Belinda Carlisle CD, over and over again.

“To insulate himself from the outside world, he has sought to create his own regimented order on the inside,” journalist and author Paul Scott told the Metro.

Spell Links: (Love spells: ‘Love Doll: Some very personal belongings of the man you want to enchant, a lock of his hair, a fingernail clipping, something he's worn should be incorporated into, or attached to, the doll . . .’) (Curses: ‘Here is a curse for someone who is extremely vain. This will bring them insanity from their own vanity.  Take hair and nail clippings and a picture of the one you wish to punish. Take the picture and write the words “Beauty and Charm” on it with a black magic marker . . .’) (Spell reversal: WARNING: Because of the Law of Threes, depending on the strength of the cast spell, this could cause great harm to the original spell-caster. This should only be used in dire need. Collect the hair, nail clippings or anything of the person upon whom the spell was cast. Consecrate the ground and cover it with a layer of salt to prevent evil from interfering . . .’)